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An Essay on Terrorism in India for Students, Kids and Children

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Terrorism in India is on the rise with different types of groups and religions. As of 2013, 205 districts were affected by the terrorism in India. However, terrorism in India is less compared to other badly affected nations, such as Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Nigeria, Syria, Yemen, and Somalia. About 231 people lost their lives in 2012, based on figures of US State Department.

Different Types of Terrorism in India

In India, terrorism is developed in different ways and types, which includes narco terrorism, religious terrorism, left wing terrorism, and ethno-nationalist terrorism. However, religious terrorism is the major concern for India.

An Attack on Taj Mahal Hotel Mumbai

An Attack on Taj Mahal Hotel Mumbai

Banned Organizations in India

To prevent further damages in India, The Government of India banned a large number of terrorist organizations under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. Some of them are,

  • Al-Qaeda
  • Harkat-ul-Mujahideen
  • Indian Mujahideen
  • Islamic State / Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant / Islamic State of Iraq and Syria
  • Jaish-e-Mohammad
  • Lashkar-e-Taiba
  • Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam
  • Students Islamic Movement of India

Major Terrorism Incidents in India

  • 1993 Bombay Bombings (257 deaths)
  • 2002 Akshardham Temple Gujarat (31 deaths)
  • 2003 Mumbai Bombings (52 deaths)
  • 2006 Mumbai Train Bombings, Serial Blasts (209 deaths)
  • 2007 Samjhauta Express Bombings (68 deaths)
  • 2008 Jaipur Bombings (63 deaths)
  • 2008 Mumbai Attacks, Taj Hotel, Leopold and Other Places (171 deaths)

Badly Affected Areas

Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi, Assam, Gujarat, Punjab, and Uttar Pradesh are badly affected states / cities in India.

In Popular Culture

In India, many movies were made based on terror incidents in India. Some of them are, Fanaa (2006), Roja (1992), Sikandar (2009), The Terrorist (1999), Aamir (2008), Anwar (2010), Drohkaal (1994), and Black Friday (2004).

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Special Note: This essay on Terrorism in India could be translated in Tamil, Kannada, Odia, Telugu, Malayalam, English (US, UK, Australia), Urdu, Punjabi, Bhojpuri, Nepali, Kashmiri, Bengali, Assamese, Marathi, Maithili, Santali, Sindhi, and other languages of India. Please do not copy this essay for your personal assignment.

Article Title: An Essay on Terrorism in India for Students, Kids and Children
Article last re-published on May 7, 2020. Original.